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Engineering programmes at Aarhus University are growing. In Summer 2019, three new five-year MSc in Engineering programmes will be opening, with a total of 240 student places (photo: AU_Melissa Yildirium)

2019.01.11 | AU Engineering

Aarhus University invests heavily in new MSc in Engineering programmes in 2019

In summer 2019, Aarhus University will be offering three new five-year MSc in Engineering programmes and thereby opening 240 additional student places.

"We shape technology, and technology shapes us: in particular in our social relations. We must therefore make sure that progress is based on a deep insight into what it means to be human. Otherwise, we risk failing. This is a perspective in engineering research that may come to mean a great deal for our future." Professor Peter Gall Krogh, the Department of Engineering, Aarhus University.

2018.11.21 | AU Engineering

New consultation table makes difficult conversations with patients easier

A Danish study has highlighted on a number of problems and possible solutions for consultations between physicians and cancer patients. Now, researchers have designed an interactive table that can improve these conversations.

The student team behind the first nano-satellite of Aarhus University (Kåre on the far right). Photo: AUSAT/Dephini-1

2018.11.28 | Department of Engineering

AU sends satellite into space: "The culmination of my boyhood dream"

On Tuesday evening at 7:38 Danish time, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will shoot skywards and into space from Cape Canaveral in Florida. On board will be the Delphini-1 satellite that engineering student Kåre Jensen has helped to construct.

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